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2016–17 FA Cup

The 2016–17 FA Cup was the 136th edition of the oldest recognised football tournament in the world. It was sponsored by Emirates, and known as The Emirates FA Cup for sponsorship purposes. 736 clubs were accepted into the tournament, and it began ...

                                               

2016–17 FA Trophy

The 2016–17 FA Trophy was the 47th season of the FA Trophy, the Football Associations cup competition for teams at levels 5–8 of the English football league system. A total of 276 clubs entered the competition, which was won by York City after be ...

                                               

2016–17 FA Vase

The 2016–17 FA Vase is the 43rd season of the FA Vase, an annual football competition for teams playing below Step 4 of the English National League System. The competition is to be played with two qualifying rounds preceding the six proper rounds ...

                                               

2017–18 FA Vase

The 2017–18 FA Vase was the 44th season of the FA Vase, an annual football competition for teams playing below Step 4 of the English National League System. The competition was played with two qualifying rounds preceding the six proper rounds, se ...

                                               

2017–18 EFL Cup

The 2017–18 EFL Cup was the 58th season of the EFL Cup. The competition was open to all 92 clubs participating in the Premier League and the English Football League. It was known as the Carabao Cup due to the start of a sponsorship deal with Cara ...

                                               

2017–18 FA Cup

The 2017–18 FA Cup was the 137th edition of the oldest recognised football tournament in the world. It was sponsored by Emirates, and known as The Emirates FA Cup for sponsorship purposes. 737 clubs were accepted into the tournament. It began wit ...

                                               

2017–18 FA Trophy

The 2017–18 FA Trophy is the 49th season of the FA Trophy, an annual football competition for teams at levels 5-8 of the English National League System.

                                               

2018–19 FA Vase

The 2018–19 Buildbase FA Vase is the 45th season of the FA Vase, an annual football competition for teams playing below Step 4 of the English National League System. The competition is to be played with two qualifying rounds preceding the six pro ...

                                               

2018–19 EFL Cup

The 2018–19 EFL Cup was the 59th season of the EFL Cup. Also known as the Carabao Cup for sponsorship reasons, the competition was open to all 92 clubs participating in the Premier League and the English Football League. The first round was playe ...

                                               

2018–19 FA Cup

The 2018–19 FA Cup was the 138th edition of the oldest football tournament in the world. It was sponsored by Emirates and known as The Emirates FA Cup for sponsorship purposes. It started with the Extra Preliminary Round on the weekend of 11 Augu ...

                                               

2018–19 FA Trophy

The 2018–19 FA Trophy is the 50th season of the FA Trophy, an annual football competition for teams at levels 5-8 of the English National League System.

                                               

2019–20 FA Trophy

The 2019–20 FA Trophy is the 51st season of the FA Trophy, an annual football competition for teams at levels 5-8 of the English National League System. The competition consists of two preliminary rounds, three qualifying rounds, and six proper r ...

                                               

2019–20 FA Vase

The 2019–20 Buildbase FA Vase is the 46th season of the FA Vase, an annual football competition for teams playing below Step 4 of the English National League System. The competition is to be played with two qualifying rounds preceding the six pro ...

                                               

1888–89 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1888–89 Rugby Union County Championship was the inaugural edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Yorkshire won the competition for the first time. They were declared the champion of the district after the end of ...

                                               

1889–90 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1889–90 Rugby Union County Championship was the second edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Yorkshire won the competition for the second time. They were declared the champion of the district after the end of t ...

                                               

1890–91 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1890–91 Rugby Union County Championship was the third edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Lancashire won the competition for the first time, winning all ten of their fixtures County during the season, which i ...

                                               

1891–92 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1891–92 Rugby Union County Championship was the fourth edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Yorkshire won the competition for the third time, winning all three of their rivals in the championship.

                                               

1892–93 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1892–93 Rugby Union County Championship was the fifth edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Yorkshire won the competition for the fourth time, defeating all three teams in the League.

                                               

1893–94 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1893–94 Rugby Union County Championship was the sixth edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Yorkshire won the competition for the fifth time, defeating all three teams in the League.

                                               

1894–95 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1894–95 Rugby Union County Championship was the seventh edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Yorkshire won the competition for the sixth time, defeating Cumberland in the final match of the series championship.

                                               

1895–96 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1895–96 Rugby Union County Championship was the eighth edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at that time. The competition was reorganised with a reduction of groups from four to three, and the winners of the south-east and ...

                                               

1896–97 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1896–97 Rugby Union County Championship was the ninth edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Kent won the competition for the first time, defeating Cumberland in the final. The League was criticized for the lack ...

                                               

1897–98 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1897–98 Rugby Union County Championship was the tenth edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Northumberland won the competition for the first time after beating counties in the final. The Midlands team had been ...

                                               

1898–99 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1898–99 Rugby Union County Championship was the 11th edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Devon won the competition for the first time after beating Northumberland in the final.

                                               

1899–1900 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1898–99 Rugby Union County Championship was the 12th edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Durham won the competition for the first time after beating Devon in the final.

                                               

1899–1900 St Helens RLFC season

The 1899-1900 St Helens R.F.C. season was the clubs fifth in the Northern Rugby Football Union, the 26th in their history. In their highest ever finish in a rugby league competition, and their most successful season, the club finished fourth in t ...

                                               

1899–1900 Northern Rugby Football Union season

The Lancashire Senior Competition was won by Runcorn from Cheshire and the Yorkshire Senior Competition by Bradford. Hull Kingston Rovers played their first season in the Northern Rugby Union this season. Their first away game in Bradford on 2 Se ...

                                               

1900–01 St Helens RLFC season

The 1900-1901 St Helens R.F.C. season was the clubs sixth in the Northern Rugby Football Union, the 27th in their history. In their lowest ever finish in a rugby league competition, coming only a year after their most fruitful one, the club finis ...

                                               

1900–01 Northern Rugby Football Union season

The Lancashire Senior Competition was won by Oldham and the Yorkshire Senior Competition by Bradford. Bramleys in 1901, James Lomas became Rugby Leagues first £ 100 transfer, moving to Salford.

                                               

1900–01 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1900–01 Rugby Union County Championship was the 13th edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Devon won the contest for the second time after beating Durham in the final.

                                               

1901–02 St Helens RLFC season

The 1901–1902 St Helens R.F.C. season was the clubs seventh as members of the Northern Rugby Football Union, and the 28th in their history. This season, the two county leagues, Yorkshire and Lancashire, were merged to form the Northern Rugby Leag ...

                                               

1901–02 Northern Rugby Football Union season

The 1901–02 Northern Rugby Football Union season was the seventh season of rugby league football run by Englands Northern Rugby Football Union. A number of off-season changes made this season different to the preceding ones. In June 1901 fourteen ...

                                               

1901–02 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1901–02 Rugby Union County Championship was the 14th edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Durham won the competition for the second time by defeating Gloucestershire in the final.

                                               

1902–03 St Helens RLFC season

The 1902-1903 St Helens R.F.C. season was the clubs eighth as members of the Northern Rugby Football Union, the 29th in their history. This season, the Northern Rugby Football Union split into two divisions for the first time. St Helens were plac ...

                                               

1902–03 Northern Rugby Football Union season

League Champions: Halifax The winners of the Cup: Halifax 7-0 Salford in 2nd division Champions: Keighley There was no County League competition this season.

                                               

1902–03 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1902–03 Rugby Union County Championship was the 15th edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Durham won the competition for the third time after beating Kent in the final.

                                               

1903–04 St Helens RLFC season

The 1903–1904 St Helens R.F.C. season was the clubs ninth in the Northern Rugby Football Union, the 30th in the clubs history. After the previous years relegation from the first division, St Helens were able to earn promotion at the first attempt ...

                                               

1903–04 Northern Rugby Football Union season

The League Champions were Bradford and the Challenge Cup Winners were Halifax. Keighley and Huddersfield were demoted from the top division and replace the Champions Wakefield Trinity and St Helens. As the top two teams finished level on points a ...

                                               

1903–04 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1903–04 Rugby Union County Championship was the 16th edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Kent won the competition for the second time defeating Durham in the final.

                                               

1904–05 St Helens RLFC season

The 1904-1905 St Helens R.F.C. season was the clubs tenth in the Northern Rugby Football Union, the 31st in the clubs sporting history. A year after gaining promotion back to the first division, ST Helens once again struggled, and finished second ...

                                               

1904–05 Northern Rugby Football Union season

Oldham won their first Division One Championship whilst Warrington won the Challenge Cup. Holbeck and South shields due to the decrease in the competition of 15 teams. Blackburn resigned after 4 games, the results of which were excluded from the ...

                                               

1904–05 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1904–05 Rugby Union County Championship was the 17th edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Durham won the competition for the fourth time by defeating middlesex in the final.

                                               

1905–06 St Helens RLFC season

The 1905-1906 St Helens R.F.C. season was the clubs eleventh in the Northern Rugby Football Union, the 32nd in their history. After finishing 12th in Division 1 the season previous, St Helens were expected to take part in Division 2 from 1905. Ho ...

                                               

1905–06 Northern Rugby Football Union season

Leigh won the Championship for the first time this season and Bradford their first Challenge Cup. These two divisions were combined into one competition, with Lancaster left to cut it to 31 teams. Clubs from the same County all played with each o ...

                                               

1905–06 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1905–06 Rugby Union County Championship was the 18th edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Devon was the winner of the competition for the third time after beating Durham in the final. He was Durhams seventh co ...

                                               

1906–07 St Helens RLFC season

The 1906-1907 St Helens R.F.C. season was the clubs twelfth in the Northern Rugby Football Union, the 33rd in their history. The club finished 22nd out of 27 in the Championship, whilst, in the South West Lancashire League, St Helens finished bot ...

                                               

1906–07 Northern Rugby Football Union season

During a meeting held on 12 June 1906 at the George Hotel, Huddersfield, the members of the Northern Union agreed to adopt two rule changes that would distinguish the sport thereafter. The Northern Union, motivated by the need to appeal to specta ...

                                               

1906–07 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1906–07 Rugby Union County Championship was the 19th edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Devon and Durham won the competition after declared joint Champions after the two in drawn matches. He was Durhams fift ...

                                               

1907–08 Northern Rugby Football Union season

League Champions were Hunslet who beat Oldham 12-2 in a replay after a 7-7 draw. It was the first time a team that did not finish top of the league won the Championship. The winners Cup was Hunslet who defeated F. C. hull 14-0. Liverpool city was ...

                                               

1907–08 Rugby Union County Championship

The 1907–08 Rugby Union County Championship was the 20th edition of Englands premier rugby union club competition at the time. Cornwall was the winner of the competition for the first time after beating Durham in the final. He was Durhams ninth t ...

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